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Reality is different from photos. The building is surrounded by construction sites. You walk makeshift planks to the main road. Musky smell in public areas. Dirty linens and room. Depressing looking wallpaper and funiture. Under staffed.
The hotel is a good place to stay. Clean and friendly service. Hot spring make the shower an bath very healthy - in each room. Rooms are very space . Recommend. Gooooooood to stay . Ask for rooms in higher floors as of good view...More
I chose the Western-styled room, spacious and clean. Nice view from the toilet window and excellent hot spring baths provided in individual room. 10 minutes walk to Dapinglin metro station and lots of eateries nearby. Breakfast included mainly catered for Asians. I've been staying here...More
Having stayed here for a week whiles on a business trip to Taipei, I can attest that the staff are really up to scratch and always willing to assist, no matter the concern/time. They even helped me to change some foreign currency just before mid-night....More
I've stayed at many different hotels in Taipei. This hotel has very large rooms with 2 beds, and sitting area. Other furnishings are sparse, with hardwood floors. But I'm happy since wife brought 4 luggages, and still had plenty of space. Internet access was one...More
US$109 - US$171 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Banqiao district is the center of administration, shopping and transportation of New Taipei City, encompassing shopping, tasting local snacks, and experiencing traditional and night markets. Here is also the first choice of Christmas celebration in Taiwan- Christmasland in New Taipei City. Within this modern complex, a garden architecture full of Chinese tradition “the Lin Family Mansion and Garden” is
hidden, complete with attics, pavilions and artificial mountains and fountains. Zhonghe and Yonghe not only have world class soybean milk, but also have places with a rather artistic lifestyle. Near MRT Yongan Market Station, there is the only old document repair book hospital in Taiwan - the National Taiwan Library Book Hospital bookbinding room. It has been here since Taisho year 4 of the Japanese occupation, which is extremely rare! In addition, the tiny crisscrossing streets of these two cultural districts still holds many interesting bookstores waiting for your discovery.